Thursday, October 7, 2010


Alphablocks is a British children's educational television program that attempts to teach children how to spell with the use of animated blocks representing each letter. In addition to the television show Alphablocks also has a fabulous site full of videos and activities to help young students learn their letters and sounds.  
Here is a description from the Alphablocks website:
Alphablocks is a series of adventures that invite you and your child to have fun with words.
The Alphablocks are twenty-six living letters who fall out of the sky onto an empty, white world and discover that if they hold hands and make a word, it comes to life. They learn as they go along and they're always ready to have a go, help each other out and make their own entertainment.
Alphablocks is aimed at four-to-six-year-olds who are learning to read. Its simple purpose is to entertain, while showing that wordplay can be a lot of fun. It is based on best-practice phonics teaching and it can help young children develop engagement and confidence with reading and making words.
Every episode is different: there are songs, stories and games. The CBeebies Alphablocks website will feature all twenty-six episodes, with games that enable children to join in and make words to help the Alphablocks in their adventures.

To watch some of the fabulous Alphablocks videos 
and meet each of the Alphablocks click here
To play Alphablocks games click here.  Use the arrows to find episodes and click on the one you want to see. If it has a star, you can join in, moving Alphablocks to the red letter spaces to make words. Find the star word to finish the story and collect 'stickers' for watching and playing. Click the question mark for more help.
For printable Alphablocks pages of each of the Alphablocks, click here. 
Visit this site and watch 26 letters come to life, telling stories and making words using phonics. 

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